TULSA - Two people were injured when fire swept through a north Tulsa apartment early Tuesday morning.
It happened at Apache Manor around 1 a.m. near Apache and North Harvard.
Firefighters say a man called for help after arriving home to find his apartment on fire. His girlfriend was asleep inside.
Before crews arrived, the man rushed inside to pull the woman out, but she wasn't breathing.
Paramedics were able to revive her with CPR at the scene. She's being treated for smoke inhalation.
The man suffered burns to his arms during the rescue. He's expected to recover.
Officials haven't determined how the fire began.
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